Remember this hotel in Mallorca called Finca Serena. It’s a brand new Mediterranean paradise for your bucket list.
The estate of Finca Serena in Mallorca is home to 25 luxurious rooms and suites nestled into the countryside and scattered throughout the property. Here, nature of the Mediterranean grows uninhibited: ancient olive groves and lemon trees, cypresses and pines share the land with fields of lavender, orchards and 10-hectares of newly planted indigenous grapes.
Twenty-five ‘perfectly imperfect’ rooms are decorated with natural fabrics, cottons,linens, stone, wood and other local materials that make for unique spaces. Rooms in this amazing hotel in Mallorca are flooded with daylight, many have their own terraces or are set beside a garden. Each room has views overlooking the estate, olive groves or countryside.
Gastronomy at Finca Serena
The island has a rich gastronomic offering and Finca Serena has access to its own generous kitchen gardens, fruit trees, and selection of natural produce, ensuring the freshest ingredients. Products are plucked from the trees and gardens and brought to the table. Traditional local recipes are created in a modern fresh culinary style by master Chef Cristian Peguero.
The zen vibes of a hotel in Mallorca
Every person has their unique path to find their moments of Zen. Here you can take long walks among the estate’s jacaranda trees, soak up the sun’s rays and simply breathe deeply.
Located in the Pla de Mallorca, in an extraordinary and very strategic setting, the Finca is just minutes from some of the island’s most attractive places to visit and just 20 minutes from some of the island’s best beaches. Tiny villages are rich with their own culture, cuisine and customs, and Montiuïri, Sineu or Algaida offer a place where sporting activities and history occupy a special place. The island has it all: open countryside and mountains that are designated as a UNESCO cultural heritage site – the Serra de Tramuntana. Sports abound with championship golf, hiking and biking. Finca Serena is a reflection of this unique diversity and rich traditions. With an average of 300 days of sunshine annually, the island is a perfect year-round destination.